Do you know how to Noggin?

Do you know how to Noggin?

That's right, do you know how to Noggin? 

You don't? Then let me tell you all about it! 

Noggins are engaging, fun, and playful stickers that attach to school tools like scissors, pencils, markers, and even FINGERS, to inspire children and help motivate them to complete different fine motor activities.  Do you have a child who is reluctant to color, or write, or gets sluggish when cutting?  It's probably because they aren't having fun and are not motivated to do the task.  Help them by adding in a fun parrot, fish, tiger, or sheep to the activity and watch them perk up and get those fingers moving.

Here are three ways Noggins can inspire your child to learn through play!

  • When Noggins are attached to pencils, markers, or crayons, they turn those objects into creatures, with the tip of the writing utensil becoming the nose. This allows the child to pretend the Noggin is smelling flowers or sniffing through a maze, rather than merely tracing or drawing. The Noggin also acts a pencil grip, cueing correct finger position on the writing utensils.
  •  Place Noggins on scissors, and they act as a visual cue, guiding the child to orient them correctly. They turn the scissors into a creature, with the bottom blade becoming the lower jaw. This enables the Noggin to “bite” and “chew” paper, showing the concept and technique of scissor use in a fun and playful way.
  • When Noggins are attached to fingers, they transform the hand into a creature. This allows practice and development of a variety of grasps in a fun and playful way. Children are able to pinch and squeeze play dough and small objects, imagining that the creature is eating, while their own pincer grasp and lateral pinch develops.

 Childhood is a time to Play, to Learn, and to Grow.

It is a time to build those skills needed to succeed. Hands and fingers need to be strong. They need to grip and grasp, and hold a pencil, and use scissors. Children need to have fun. They need to be engaged and motivated. They need to pretend and create, and explore, and enjoy.
Noggins are perfect because they can be used with any of your own tools, just stick them on and go!  It's time we all learned "how to Noggin" with Nogginsland products!  Check them out and pick your own packs HERE.  Want to win a FREE bundle of Noggins stickers, scissors, markers, and learning manual?  I bet you do! 
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Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Eileen Jolls

I could have used these many years ago because I held my scissors upside down! Now I would use them for sewing to make mask-making more fun!

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Holly

I love these! I would use these with my students!

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Lindsey Green

This is so unique! I love this idea so much. I have a few kiddos in mind who would really benefit!

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Sarah Nicastro

These look really fun!

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Kayla Quick

What a great idea to add fun to these types of activities. I would use the noggins on the scissors to help my students know which way to hold the scissors. I think they would find it fun to have the fish “eat” the paper.

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Meggan Connell

Looks awesome!

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Jessica Hartnett

Perfect for our pre-schooler!

Jul 12, 2020 • Posted by Jennifer Ridilla

These look like they might work for my soon to be second grader. She hates to color but really needs to work on it.

Jul 10, 2020 • Posted by Laura Dunn

I think Marty would love these!

Jul 10, 2020 • Posted by Linda Heiss

What a great little product! Not only does it help with fine motor skills but also fuels the imagination.
It’s time I learned “to noggin” and get some for my grandchildren, as well!

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